>/2014/11/08/fungus_Scutellinia_scutellata_Noojee141108-4869.jpg|Noojee, Nov 2014
>/2014/06/15/fungus_Scutellinia_scutellata_Kinglake140615-0504.jpg|Kinglake, Jun 2014
>/2014/06/21/fungus_Scutellinia_scutellata_Sherbrooke140621-0933.jpg|Bud, Sherbrooke Forest, Jun 2014
Common Name=Common Eyelash Fungus
Genus/Species=Scutellinia scutellata (L.) Lambotte
Distribution=Common and widespread in wetter parts of eastern and southern Australia.
Substrate=On rotten logs or wet ground.
Description=Bright orange discs, typically 5–15mm diametrer, that hug the surface on which they are growing.
The discs are fairly densely fringed with dark, fine hairs.
They appear in colonies of a few to a few dozen and although usually fairly flat (slightly concave),
when growing densely they may become convoluted.
They can be found all year round after wet periods.
Similar Species=These may be a complex of species or different to the overseas species for which this name is used in Australia.